A 36-year-old female asked:
Normal sinus rhythm nonspecific t wave abnormality abnormal ecg when compared w/ past ecg nonspecific t wave abnormality now evident in inferior leads nonspecific t wave abnormality, worse in anterolateral leads what does this mean? er said i'm ok?
2 doctor answers • 2 doctors weighed in
Endocrinology 58 years experience
Was this machine or Cardiologist who did reading. The one who knows you best can best interpret. Not likely the machine, :-) Dr humor.
Answered Sep 19, 2021
Non-specific T wave abnormality is common and its significance is often unclear unless accompanied by a history and other findings suggestive of a heart problem. It is not clear why you the ECG done. My advice to you is not to be alarmed BUT have your doctor evaluate you with a detailed history including family history, examination etc. Unlikely heart disease but get the opinion.
Answered Sep 29, 2021
Last updated Sep 29, 2021
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